The Blue Lake Rancheria Foundation seeks to channel the success of the Blue Lake Rancheria’s business operations into widespread community involvement and investment.
The Foundation seeks partnerships with other Tribes across California as well as non-Indian local, national, and international organizations, in order to ensure that advances in Indian Country and for other under-privileged and under-represented groups continue, and grow.
|Program areas:||Humboldt County
Elderly Health and Welfare
Child Health and Welfare
Public Safety & Social Services
|Blue Lake, California|
|Board of Directors:||5 Members of Current Blue Lake Rancheria Tribal Council|
Total Grant Commitments Since Inception: $1,500,000 (through year-end 2005)
Primary: Humboldt County, California, the ancestral lands of Blue Lake Rancheria Tribal Membership
2007 Humboldt Senior Resource Center Alzheimer Care Facility, Humboldt County, CA - $100,000
The Blue Lake Rancheria Foundation awards the majority of its grants according to long-term priorities in the following areas.
- Elderly Health and Welfare
- Child Health and Welfare
- Public Safety
- Social Services
- Infrastructure Improvements
- Environmental Stewardship
- Indian Country
- Humboldt County
The Blue Lake Rancheria Foundation favors philanthropic and not-for-profit endeavors.
The Blue Lake Rancheria Foundation does not award grants to projects that serve an exclusively religious purpose.
Priority is given to projects demonstrating long-term, systemic change.
If your organization is interested in applying for Blue Lake Rancheria Foundation community development funds, please complete the form below and click "Submit" when you are finished.
Please provide answers to each of the questions, in as much detail as
possible. Thank you for your interest! Your email application
inquiry will be reviewed and you will receive a response within
thirty (30) days of date of receipt.